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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Neptune (mythology) 86146The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Neptune (mythology) Nep'tune, the Roman god
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  • Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus by Aesop 81954Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and MomusAesop According to an ancient legend, the first man was made
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  • Wheatley Ode to Neptune 1614254Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral — Ode to NeptunePhillis Wheatley1773 ODE to NEPTUNE. On Mrs. W—'s
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 19 Neptune (god) 3694851911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 19 — Neptune (god) NEPTUNE (Lat. Neptuntus), an Italian god
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Neptune (planet) 86147The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Neptune (planet) Nep′tune.   See Planets.
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  • The Neptune by Gabriel Duvall Syllabus 666398The Neptune — SyllabusGabriel Duvall Court Documents Opinion of the Court  Wikipedia article
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  • Sargent, John Neptune by Ernest Marsh Lloyd 603237Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 50 Sargent, John NeptuneErnest Marsh Lloyd1897
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  • McRoberts 16 U.S. 594 (1818) Craig v. Radford 16 U.S. 600 (1818) Ross v. Triplett 16 U.S. 601 The Neptune 16 U.S. 610 (1818) United States v. Palmer
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  • _Johann Gottfried18121910German astronomer and discoverer of the planet Neptune. Galle's Catalogue of Comets (1894) Works by this author published
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  •      Against the sunne his pruned feathers trimming: Whilst Neptune his faire feete with water laves, Neptune, I feare not thee, nor yet thine eie,      And yet
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  • p. 2477 Index: Multeka — Myxomycetes, p. 2478 Index: N — Neptune, p. 2479 Index: Neptune — Nightshade, p. 2480 Index: Nihilist — Nymphs, p. 2481 Index:
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  • the one we now call Uranus.  On September 23, 1846, an eighth planet, Neptune, was found by Galle at Berlin almost exactly at the point in the heavens
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  • houseless wind has gone to rest In some rude cavern-bed of ocean, And Neptune smooths his foamy crest, At Dian's will, with meek devotion; The shepherd
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  • 13. The Fourth Battle continued, in which Neptune assists the Greeks. The Acts of Idomeneus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • of Commodianus — Chapter 11CommodianusRobert Ernest Wallis X.—Neptune. Ye make Neptune a god descended from Saturn; and he wields a trident that he may
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  • of his father Laomedon. Then it is true that Laomedon hired Apollo and Neptune as his workmen. For the story goes that he promised them wages, and then
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  • you may hang 'em, or drown 'em. VI. Another, at Holyhead O NEPTUNE! Neptune! must I still Be here detain'd against my will? Is this your justice
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  • creature. What difference does it make to me, for instance, that the image of Neptune is not itself to be considered a god, but only as representing the wide
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  • William (1822-1892) St. George, John Sandwith, Humphry Sargent, John Neptune Schalch, Andrew Scott, James Sibbald David Scott, Robert Bisset Scovell
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  • Chapter XXXVII. Some Superior Old "London-Dock" from the Wine-Coolers of Neptune. Chapter XXXVIII. The Chaplain and Chapel in a Man-of-War. Chapter XXXIX
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